£629 for Samsung UE40D6100 3DLED Smart tv with free BDC5900 Blu-ray player and two additional pairs of SSG3100 3D glasses/£692.95 with 5 year warranty - HotUKDeals
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Samsung UED406100 3D TV With FREE Samsung BDC5900 Blu-ray player and two additional pairs of SSG3100 3D glasses worth £249.95
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banned 2 Likes #1
Probably best to wait for glasses-free 3D to come out
12 Likes #2
how may times must you repeat yourself. . over and over again.....wait for glasses free tv. . buy a sony blah blah blah.zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
horacevankhute
Probably best to wait for glasses-free 3D to come out



Edited By: MSURTY on Jun 20, 2011 21:56
1 Like #3
horacevankhute
Probably best to wait for glasses-free 3D to come out



zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Or we cud be as boring and negative as u with comments like this. I'll hav a go "better to wait for 4k hd".

Good deal op, hav what little heat i can give..
11 Likes #4
horacevankhute
Probably best to wait for glasses-free 3D to come out


I was going to wait for a 4320p, Glasses Free OLED TV, but i need a TV today not in 2015.
banned#5
anil2
horacevankhute
Probably best to wait for glasses-free 3D to come out

I was going to wait for a 4320p, Glasses Free OLED TV, but i need a TV today not in 2015.

Is that 4D ?
#6
40" a bit too small for 3d imo, good price tho
1 Like #7
Mazin!
#8
amazing price great find cheers
1 Like #9
This is a good deal esp for the price but few words of advice. I was in the market for a new TV and did consider this. Went to JL to see this in flesh and didnt like the pic quality too much and also the clear plasticy surround didnt appeal to me.

May be the settings on the one on display were not fine tuned (or showing the grainy SD) but it didnt seem too sharp, which surprised me a bit (as i ve an excellent UE26C4000. May be its because SD looks better on a smaller TV).

On paper it ticks all the boxes but before you buy it go and see it in a store.
#10
same price at amazon without Samsung BDC5900 Blu-ray player and two additional pairs of SSG3100 3D glasses

Edited By: dannyryan on Jun 21, 2011 09:11
#11
Sounds like a good deal, but you really do have to question how they get away with an RRP of nearly £250 for two pairs of 3D fricking glasses! I bet they cost pennies to make!
#12
awesome deal gotta say...3d's really good with glasses too. Own nvidia 3D ya see
1 Like #13
dannyryan
same price at amazon without Samsung BDC5900 Blu-ray player and two additional pairs of SSG3100 3D glasses


Cool. :|
#14
Hot deal

Maybe if we report horacevankhute everytime he spams nonsense he will get a ban bored of it a long time ago
#15
I could understand someone arguing to buy a set with passive 3d glasses for reduced further costs of additonal glasses, but to say wait for glasses free tv........................... state when, where, how good, how much and by what manufacturer(s) to back up such a bold statement.
#16
This is a cracking TV. I got the same TV from Best Buy with no extras for £580.....
So I guess if you want a Blu-ray this is a good deal and of course the 3d Specs are a good idea but I'd personally never use them.
#17
Wow, what a price. This is almost as cheap as the Sammy LE40C650 2D I bought before christmas.

One thing possibly worth noting is that its a 100MHz update only, according to RS. When I looked at the C750 3D when choosing my 650, the reviews highlighted the 3D cross talk on the slow refresh rate, and that was a 100MHz refresh. I think you really need 200 or 400MHz to sort out the cross talk effectively.
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aeonf242
This is a cracking TV. I got the same TV from Best Buy with no extras for £580.....
So I guess if you want a Blu-ray this is a good deal and of course the 3d Specs are a good idea but I'd personally never use them.

You bought a 3D tv and dont use it for 3D at all??? Surely you could have purchased a much higher spec 2d only tv for the money you spent.
#19
Keep these 3D deals coming. As soon as I can get a 1080p 50+ inch plasma one with a couple of pairs of glasses for sub £700, I will be purchasing. Until now I haven't seen a deal that satisfies this criteria but I may have just missed something. This price is hot nevertheless. Are the active glasses the ones that have been associated with headaches etc?
#20
I have the 6530 and would go for this over the 6100....looks better, 200hz refresh rate and has built in wireless so you don't need to buy hte dongle.

Richer have it for £860 with 5 year warranty, bru-ray and specs.
#21
Great deal. Also, for gamers, there's a good chance that 3D with glasses could be more beneficial than waiting years for glasses-free 3D.

Split screen gaming, instead of being actual split screen, 2 people could get full screen when wearing glasses. I think it's just a patent at the mo, but I think this is something glasses free couldn't do.

Apologies for poor grammar, typed on my phone.
#22
horacevankhute
Probably best to wait for glasses-free 3D to come out


Having seen 'glassesless 3D' first hand I can tell you that there is no way that this technology is even close to being acceptable for mainstream viewing.

The tech works fine. It's very similar to the old jibberish pictures that you had to make yourself go cross-eyed to view. I found myself with eye strain after only a few minutes.. would hate to think what kind of effect this could have on your eyes over a long period of time.

IMO glasses 3D is the safest way to view 3D and will be here to stay for a good few years yet.
banned#23
I will never post a tv deal on here ... It's not worth the hassle.
#24
JL have this on line for £799. Might be worth ringing them up and askign them to price match... free 5 year warrenty :)
#25
horacevankhute
Probably best to wait for glasses-free 3D to come out

glasses free tv is impossible you idiot. you need each eye to see different things.
#26
jaf1201
horacevankhute
Probably best to wait for glasses-free 3D to come out

glasses free tv is impossible you idiot. you need each eye to see different things.

Yeah - just like you can't have 3D on a Nintendo DS without glasses .... oh hang on oO

Try googling "autostereoscopy" :p
#27
chelmsfordman
aeonf242
This is a cracking TV. I got the same TV from Best Buy with no extras for £580.....
So I guess if you want a Blu-ray this is a good deal and of course the 3d Specs are a good idea but I'd personally never use them.

You bought a 3D tv and dont use it for 3D at all??? Surely you could have purchased a much higher spec 2d only tv for the money you spent.
Maybe the same reason people buy Full HD ready TV's when they only watch HD Ready :-)
It's a cracking TV...the 3D is just an added feature
Home Hub (limited) Internet access and full streaming capability....
And it seems like a good deal....I bet you 99% of the people that buy a 3D TV don't ever use teh 3D feature more than once or twice!


Edited By: aeonf242 on Jun 21, 2011 15:40
banned#28
I have got the Samsung 50" one that was £899 deal before the VAT went up, this though is a great deal
#29
brettreading
I have the 6530 and would go for this over the 6100....looks better, 200hz refresh rate and has built in wireless so you don't need to buy hte dongle.
Richer have it for £860 with 5 year warranty, bru-ray and specs.
£879 for this with 5 year warranty..that's about £200 more!

Edited By: aeonf242 on Jun 21, 2011 15:40
#30
toonarmani
jaf1201
[quote=horacevankhute] Probably best to wait for glasses-free 3D to come out

glasses free tv is impossible you idiot. you need each eye to see different things.

Yeah - just like you can't have 3D on a Nintendo DS without glasses .... oh hang on oO

Try googling "autostereoscopy" :p[/quote

well shut my mouth, i stand corrected. not practical at any distance away from the screen tough i guess, angles will get too fine.
#31
TBH very honest this model of samsung tv is quite outdated! Also even though it has all the usual features.. Full HD, Freeview HD etc.. Its only 100Hz now respectively 3D models within any brand are proven to have some kind of Cross Talk and Blurring in the 3D projection.. I work for a Sony Centre in the Southern region of the UK.. and on a daily basis research and test.. other branded tv's, to see whats out there! The new Samsung smart range is what you want in terms of a high proformance 3D TV..This year unfortunately Sony are releasing really poor sets!! So unless u pick a really good deal out from sony stay away from them this year a lot of issues and lack of thought in there 2011 range!! And for those waiting for glasses free tv's might be sooner then u think!!
#32
Agree 40" too small, also has headache inducing active 3D specs, Edge LED not the best, best go for passive 3D and Full LED, (accept this would cost more)
#33
Xelon
Agree 40" too small, also has headache inducing active 3D specs, Edge LED not the best, best go for passive 3D and Full LED, (accept this would cost more)
Aren't you missing the point? It's a Hot Deal for a 40" TV :-) ...most UK living rooms struggle with a 40" anyway :-)
2 Likes #34
horacevankhute
Probably best to wait for glasses-free 3D to come out

or wait for the iPhone 7.3 GTi turbo S
#35
Samsungs own website as well as Amazon claim it to be 200 MHZ (clear motion rate). Now what exactly does that mean is that just a marketing gimmick from Samsung or 200 MHZ clear motion rate = 200 MHZ refresh rate?

http://www.samsung.com/uk/consumer/tv-audio-video/television/led-tv/UE40D6100SKXXU/index.idx?pagetype=prd_detail
#36
Good price with Smart TV features but 3D effect TV is grinding to a halt.
Heat for the price but a novelty effect, I would say look for a 3Deffectless TV for the price and you will get a better picture but that's not the deal here. :)
#37
wh431
Samsungs own website as well as Amazon claim it to be 200 MHZ (clear motion rate). Now what exactly does that mean is that just a marketing gimmick from Samsung or 200 MHZ clear motion rate = 200 MHZ refresh rate?

http://www.samsung.com/uk/consumer/tv-audio-video/television/led-tv/UE40D6100SKXXU/index.idx?pagetype=prd_detail


brettreading
I have the 6530 and would go for this over the 6100....looks better, 200hz refresh rate and has built in wireless so you don't need to buy hte dongle.

Richer have it for £860 with 5 year warranty, bru-ray and specs.


Neither the D6100 or D6530 are 200hz, both have 100hz panels. Google CMR, Samsung has a PDF which explains it along with backlight strobing and black frame insertion. 200hz panel + black frame insertion + strobing backlight = 800HZ CMR (D7000/D8000).

Only the 700/7000+ series are 200hz.


Edited By: bluespace77 on Jun 21, 2011 17:24: .
#38
chelmsfordman

You bought a 3D tv and dont use it for 3D at all??? Surely you could have purchased a much higher spec 2d only tv for the money you spent.
Considering most "High spec" TVs are 3D, that wouldn't be so easy. I believe neither Samsung or Sony have 100hz non 3D sets, so how are you ment to get a higher up the range 2D set?


Edited By: bluespace77 on Jun 21, 2011 17:20: .
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horacevankhute
Probably best to wait for glasses-free 3D to come out

Just because 3D isn't very good on your Sony NX713 doesn't mean it's as bad on other sets.
#40
bluespace77
wh431
Samsungs own website as well as Amazon claim it to be 200 MHZ (clear motion rate). Now what exactly does that mean is that just a marketing gimmick from Samsung or 200 MHZ clear motion rate = 200 MHZ refresh rate?

http://www.samsung.com/uk/consumer/tv-audio-video/television/led-tv/UE40D6100SKXXU/index.idx?pagetype=prd_detail

brettreading
I have the 6530 and would go for this over the 6100....looks better, 200hz refresh rate and has built in wireless so you don't need to buy hte dongle.

Richer have it for £860 with 5 year warranty, bru-ray and specs.

Neither the D6100 or D6530 are 200hz, both have 100hz panels. Google CMR, Samsung has a PDF which explains it along with backlight strobing and black frame insertion. 200hz panel + black frame insertion + strobing backlight = 800HZ CMR (D7000/D8000).

Only the 700/7000+ series are 200hz.


according to trusted reviews....
For starters, the set features what Samsung calls 400 CMR processing. Clearly meant to evoke the 400Hz processing claims being bandied about - inaccurately - by some other brands without being quite so technically misleading, the 400CMR system actually comprises a true 200Hz engine in conjunction with a scanning backlight.

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